What is free speech, how does it work and what responsibility do universities have to protect it?

Those questions were addressed at “Free Speech on Campus,” a public event at the University of Arizona featuring a panel of First Amendment scholars, presented as universities across the country continue to respond to the Oct. 7 attack by Hamas against Israel.

The event was organized by the Arizona Student Chapter of the Federalist Society and faculty of the James E. Rogers College of Law and sponsored by the Center for the Philosophy of Freedom. Saura Masconale, Freedom Center Associate Director and Assistant Professor of Political Economy and Moral Science facilitated the partnership and is the FC’s liaison to the law school.

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Left to Right: Toni M. Massero, Regents Professor of law, Eugene Volokh, professor of law at UCLA, and Marc L. Miller, dean of the James E. Rogers College of Law.